Bulbo. Elizabeth Ann 'Buckleberry' FCC/AOS

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Bulbophyllum longissimum × Bulbophyllum rothschildianum

Bulbo. Elizabeth Ann 'Buckleberry' FCC/AOS is a unique orchid like no other. These clones are from an awarded the First Class Certificate from the American Orchid Society and is prized for its vibrant color and full blooms. The plant can display and exquisite show with multiple inflorescence when mature.

💚Difficulty: Beginner
Award quality lineage and strong genetics
Larger size bulbs in general, easier to grow in comparison to other bulbos.
Wider range of temperature flexibility
🪴Size:  Medium to Large
🌸 Blooms: Slight fragrance (some say like fresh wet grass)
🌱 Grown by: Mericlone, stock size similar photo #3
*🌡 Temp: Can tolerate cooler temp. (Down to 12-14°C? but not recommended to stress them down that low) Parent Bulborothschildianum grows native from cool to hot range. Drop in temperature to intermediate range can help initiate inflorescence (flowering). Warmer temperature promotes vegetative growth.

Cultural and care information

*Cultural and care information based on average Bulbophyllum care. Almost all Bulbophyllum are great in terrariums. Use this as guide and should be adapted to suit your environment

🌡 Temp: Mostly Warm/Hot to Intermediate-Warm  (23-32°C day - 18-24°C night/winter) 4-6°C difference day/night. Prefers warm 24°C+ - warm to hot temperature induces spike (flowering)

💧 Water: Wet to almost dry, never allow complete dryout. Reverse Osmosis / Distilled or Rain water is best. DO NOT use ice cubes.

☁️Humidity: 40%+min for larger houseplant size as long as substrate is kept moist (50-90% optimal for miniature/small or mounted, ideal for terrariums)

💡 Light: Bright indirect (East Morning or Sunset Light direct, Mid-summer day indirect) year round.  Artificial supplementary light recommended in winter or low light homes. 10-12 hour light period and strong enough light that does not damage leaves will encourage flowering. 

🌰Media: Our preference is a shallow layer of Sphagnum Moss in a wide shallow pot as their growth habit sends out many rhizomes. Live moss is an amazing combination with Bulbos. Leca bottom to allow drainage and water reservoir.

Other common potting media options are coir (coconut chips or fibers) and tree fern. Any can be mounted on cork slabs.

🧪: Fertilize: When it's actively growing in vegetative stage - typically when a new growth or bulb emerges and is growing. We recommend MSU & Marphyll rotation in low dosage every other or 3 watering and allow water flushing in between. 

✨ Tip: See our guide to Bulbophyllum here.

*Images are for reference purposes only and may differ from the actual product. Due to variations of each individual plant, differences in monitors, colours of products may also appear different to those shown on the site.